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Soo Catwoman


On the left Soo Catwoman is serious, standing, has blue and purple short hair with two horn-like hair on both sides, wearing earrings on her left ears, a gold chain and silver spike necklace, wearing a black aerosmith shirt with flower printed white sleeves. On the right Soo catwoman surprise, looking at her right, holding a pen and yellow paper in her left hand has funky makeup, black spiky hair and blond in the middle wearing skull earrings, choker with chains and bell, black and white striped shirt with white coat, behind her is two men, Simon barker (left) is serious, has red hair and blue shirt, the Marco Pirroni (right) is serious looking at his right, left hand touching the right hand fingers, has black hair, tattoos on fingers,, wearing white polo with red prints, a black and brown striped necktie, animal print jacket.
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Shem Lucas, Dion October Lucas

Soo catwoman backstabbers


Soo Lucas, better known as Soo Catwoman (often written incorrectly as Sue Catwoman), is an icon of the London punk subculture that sprang up around the mid-1970s.

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Soo Catwoman is serious while standing, has a mole on her left arm, spiky black and white hair, fierce makeup and written words in her body Lesson 2. Estabish the name sexpistols, Pubichair is seen naked.

Soo Catwoman Punk Interview 1976


History

Soo Catwoman is serious while standing, has spiky black hair and orange in the middle, funky makeup, a star on her right cheek, wearing skull earrings on her left ear and horn earing on right with a gold chain with a bell on a black choker, black and white striped shirt.

Soo was famous or infamous for having an attitude and avant-garde style of dress associated with bands of the late 1970s UK punk scene. In The Filth and the Fury, Johnny Rotten singles her out among the early London punks, citing her "skill, style, and bravery".

Soo Catwoman is serious, mouth half open showing its teeth while holding a comb on her left hand. has spiky black hair and funky makeup, a dot on her right cheek wearing black and white earrings, a spiky punk bracelet, ring bracelet, and black jacket.

Soo created her trademark Catwoman haircut in an Ealing barber shop in 1976. The hair around the sides and back was severely cropped close to the head with the two sides flared up to suggest the ears of a cat. Portions of the hairstyle were dyed different colours — the flared "ears" being black and the cropped parts being bleached.

On a poster of Anarchy in the UK (Sex Pistols), Soo Catwoman is serious while standing, while both hands on the wall, has spiky black hair and gray in the middle, funky makeup and nail polish, a star on her right cheek, wearing skull earrings on her left ear and horn earing on right with a chain with bell on black choker, black and white striped shirt.

Soo was a member of the Bromley Contingent — the early group of followers and fans of the Sex Pistols who lived in and around Bromley. She was pictured by Ray Stevenson posing with members of the Bromley Contingent such as Siouxsie Sioux, Steven Severin and Billy Idol. While she was also associated with the Bromley Contingent by all the journalists, she would later claim to have not been a member.

Soo Catwoman is serious while standing while leaning towards the vandalized wall with her right arm, a left hand inside her coat right foot forward, mouth half wide open, has spiky black hair and gray in the middle, funky makeup, wearing skull earrings, scarf and coat with large safety pins.

Photos and likenesses of Soo Catwoman were, and remain, popular in punk rock media. She appeared in a number of punk documentaries and concert films. She declined to appear in Julien Temple's The Great Rock 'n' Roll Swindle, though her persona was portrayed by actress Judy Croll. She now resides in London with her son and daughter.

Filmography

  • The Punk Rock Movie (1979, dir. Don Letts)
  • The Filth and the Fury (2000, dir. Julien Temple, VHS/NTSC)
  • References

    Soo Catwoman Wikipedia